Darin Sunley wrote:
>Can ethics even exist without multiple agents?
>If not then we've found a natural zero point in "ethics-space":
>The empty set describing the possible ethical interactions of
>Non-interaction is certainly A zero point. Of one axis at least.
Some deontologists would argue that it is unethical to have bad will towards someone, even if you never come in contact with them in your entire life and affect them in no way at all. Obviously, in this case you could have two people who would never interact, but who would nonetheless each have ethical obligations regarding the other.
-GIVE ME IMMORTALITY OR GIVE ME DEATH-